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The ancestor of Zen Buddhism was Master Bodhidharma. He sailed from India to Guangzhou in the reign of Emperor Wu of Liang. At that time, Buddhism was already very popular in China. Emperor Wu of Liang, Xiao Yan, was an emperor who believed in Buddhism. He was naturally very excited when he heard that Master Bodhidharma was coming to China. So he sent someone to invite Master Bodhidharma to Beijing.
It can be seen that after Master Dharma, Xiao Yan did not sit in meditation and discuss the Tao with him, but invited meritorious arrogance. He said to Master Bodhidharma: "I have built many temples, copied many Buddhist scriptures, and provided many monks and nuns. I will definitely be remembered by them forever." Master Bodhidharma listened and said disapprovingly, "You won't I am remembered." Xiao Yan asked unhappyly: "I have done so many good deeds, why can't they remember me? How can I be remembered?" "When you become clear in your heart, don't ask anymore. When others remember yours, your good will naturally be remembered by others." Master Bodhidharma's principles made Xiao Yan, who was so embarrassed and angry, could not help asking, "Do you know who I am?" Master Bodhidharma gave him away. Three words-"I don't know". From then on, Xiao Yan "required people to remember his own good", which was passed down as a joke.
In all fairness, Xiao Yan's good deeds such as building temples, copying scriptures, offering monks, and popularizing Dharma should be remembered by others. But Xiao Yan's problem lies in the distortion of his heart: He takes it for granted that if he does good deeds and accumulates virtue, others must remember his own good. In fact, if doing good deeds and accumulating virtue is to be remembered by others and to gain fame and profit, then such "goodness" is often "virtual good", and such "virtue" is often "false virtue." And "virtual goodness" and "false morality" are contemptible. Only those natural and pure good deeds and virtues can shine brilliantly and be remembered forever.
Once, after leaving the customs at Fujita Airport in Japan, Master Hsing Yun and his group of five went to downtown Tokyo without seeing a shop selling vegetarian food. In the evening, several people were hungry. At this time, Master Hsing Yun proposed to buy noodles to cook, and finally found a food store, but found a large group of customers in front of the counter. The owner is a Japanese woman. Seeing that they are monks, she immediately bent over and greeted them with her palms together. After asking the reasons, she told them that there is no noodle shop here, and she must walk to the back of the street. Following the instructions, the five members of Master Hsing Yun quickly turned around to find their way. Unexpectedly, tossing for more than half an hour, still to no avail, had to go back to the store again. Seeing that they came back with a bewildered look, the Japanese women announced to several customers in the line: "I'm sorry! It's closing today, so everyone has to wait a long time. Please come early tomorrow." Then she personally brought Master Hsing Yun and others. Go to a noodle shop. Fifteen years later, Master Hsing Yun said when recalling this past: "The wind was rustling at the time, but everyone was eating with a bowl of hot noodles, and their hearts were especially warm."
Fifteen years, such a long time, but Master Xingyun is still fresh in his memory! An ordinary Japanese woman who always led the way, but let Master Hsing Yun always remember it and not forget it. The kind deeds of Japanese women are certainly insignificant, but her kindness is natural, and her heart is simple and demanding; it is precisely this kind of nature, simplicity and non-demanding, the most real and moving!
Emperor Wu of Liang asked others to remember his own good, and was ridiculed by later generations; Japanese women did not care about fame and fortune but sincerely helped others, but they were remembered for 15 years. This inversely, warns us: When some people help others, they don’t think about the situation of others, but hope that others will remember their own good. Such "wrong thoughts" make the original good deeds dull and dull. It's totally stale. And those selfless, natural giving and dedication, regardless of return, regardless of gains and losses, are easier to be remembered forever!
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